(2020 BSJA Rules) Jumping Whip ( race bat) UK MADEST524
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Flexible and Strong PU Vinyl Covered Polypropylene Rod with Soft Padded Keeper.
Within British Showjumping regulation (Effective 1st Jan 2020).
Detailed Sizing for 66cm Whip:
1. Length 66cm
2. Binding 30cm from the end of the pad.
3. The shaft is 1cm in diameter and is throughout the whole whip
4. The overall weight is 160g
5. The contact area is 30cm which is just over 2/5 of the overall length
6. The “Pad” is smooth, with no protrusion or raised surface, and is made of shock absorbing material throughout its circumference such that it gives a compression factor of at least 6mm. There is no wording, advertising or personalisation of any kind on the “Pad”.
BSJA RULES EFFECTIVE JANUARY 2020
WHIP - 102.9
No rider may carry, use or permit to be used a whip other than as detailed below, in the arena, the collecting ring or anywhere, on, or in the immediate vicinity of the showground. Only one whip may be carried and no substitute for a whip may be carried. A whip, if carried, must be held in the hand by the handle with the handle at the top. Also see rule 188.8.131.52 Excessive use of the whip.
1. The maximum length of the “Whip” is 70cm and must be no less than 45cm.
2. There must be no “binding” within 17 centimetres of the end of the “Pad”.
3. The minimum diameter for a “Shaft” is 1 centimetre and the “Shaft” should run through the entirety of the whip.
4. The overall weight of the “Whip” must not exceed 160 grams and the weight should be evenly distributed throughout the full length of the “Whip”.
5. The “Contact area”, is considered to be 2/5’s (two fifths) of the overall length of the “Whip” and must be covered with a “Pad”.
6. The “Pad” must be smooth, with no protrusion or raised surface, and be made of shock absorbing material throughout its circumference such that it gives a compression factor of at least 6mm. There is to be no wording, advertising or personalisation of any kind on the “Pad”.
The “Whip” The singular term for the equipment in its entirety.
The “Shaft” The term for the central core of the equipment.
The “Handle” The term for the riders contact area.
The “Contact Area” The term for the area that will contact or may potentially contact the horse.
The “Pad” The term for the padded area that covers the shaft.
The “Binding” The term given to the threaded area between the “shaft” and the “pad” that joins the two together.
Great whip, took it out at the weekend and got measured before my class, all was good.
I bought the 27" in navy, looks smart and is light in the hand whilst jumping.
Happy with my buy, thanks”
Good to jump with, the short one is very light”
Granddaughter loves it
I bought this for my Granddaughter just after Christmas and she uses it, says its very light and a good length for the pony classes, i bought her the short one in black.”
Good value for money
Very happy with my whip, good price and very happy with the quality when it came, I've used it a few times now and it's very nice.”